[WT-support] U2R and WT
Joe Subich, W4TV
lists at subich.com
Wed Aug 20 05:21:50 CEST 2014
> Note that your micro2R includes computer a sound card input and
> output, so you may be able to use that more successfully with
> Win-Test instead of trying to use the Nel-Tech, which has no computer
micro2R does not include a sound card. It must be connected to another
sound card (Mic in, Line Out) as shown in the Users Manual.
... Joe, W4TV
On 2014-08-19 11:02 PM, Bob Wilson, N6TV wrote:
> Not sure what you mean by "bad dongle", the big cable between the micro2R
> and the rig? What's wrong with it?
> In the microHAM Router Program, Audio tab, did you select:
> Computer TX on R1 (latch): R2
> Computer TX on R2 (latch): R1
> Manual TX on R1: R2
> Manual TX on R2: R1
> Did you select an Advanced SO2R Scenario such as "Plain Pileup" in
> Operating | Technique | Advanced SO2R
> Operating | Modify the scenarios ...
> Click "Plain Pileup"
> "Computer TX" means PTT from software. Manual TX means PTT from footswitch
> or VOX.
> As stated in the micro2R manual, you must connect a cable from RADIO1 PTT
> *output* (amp relay line) to the PTTIN1 connector on the U2R cable, (and
> RADIO2 PTT output to PTTIN2) to get automatic headphone switching to work
> while using VOX. Otherwise, the micro2R can't tell when you're
> transmitting by mic. VOX.
> Of course the micro2R has to be in AUTO mode (long press of R1 and R2 at
> the same time, yellow AUTO light lit).
> If your PTT output also needs to be connected to a linear amplifier, I
> think you may have to use a pair of Y-adapters to connect each radio's
> relay output to both the linear and the micro2R (assuming the linear is
> relatively modern and not an unmodified SB-220 with 120Vs keyed on the
> relay line).
> Note that your micro2R includes computer a sound card input and output, so
> you may be able to use that more successfully with Win-Test instead of
> trying to use the Nel-Tech, which has no computer interface.
> Note, if you already tried using the sound card, and experienced audio
> monitor delays, W9PA reports good success using the economical (and
> small) Turtle
> Beach Audio Advantage Amigo II USB Sound Card & Headset Adapter
> <http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0036VO4XO> as an external sound card under
> Windows 7 with Win-Test, with no mic. monitor delays. You can easily
> connect this sound card to your micro2R instead of the sound card built in
> to your PC.
> Bob, N6TV
> On Tue, Aug 19, 2014 at 3:52 AM, <Cqtestk4xs at aol.com> wrote:
>> *While we are on the topic of setting up for Microham U2R I have a
>> question. *
>> *I'm a recent convert from N1MM and really love the WT program. I'm using
>> a couple of K-3s, a microham U2R, and a Win 7 computer. I'm still learning
>> and have been able to set up an SO2R on it. Well almost, since I have a
>> bad dongle and am waiting for a new one to arrive. However, both XCVRs
>> independently work with the program when using the dongle that works, and
>> before the one dongle went bad I had a working SO2R with the set up.*
>> *One thing, I have not been able to get working is the latch. I've gone
>> through the directions and know how to turn it on and off pushing the
>> buttons. What I want to do is this:*
>> *Transmit on XCVR A while listening to XCVR B and after XCVR A stops
>> transmitting, listen on XCVR A again. I am using an old NelTech DVK for my
>> audio into both XCVRs and it does everything I need without messing with
>> audio files in the computer. I also would like to do the same thing on
>> CW. My guess is probably something to do with PTT? By the way I am using
>> VOX to control the audio on my K3s.*
>> *Am I missing something the set up or can I not do that with the U2R?*
>> *Thanks for the help.*
>> *Bill K4XS/KH7XS*
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